Tag : Feilden Fowles
Readers looking forward to seeing Níall McLaughlin Architects’ elegant, cloistered entrance and open-air galleries at the Natural History Museum are going to be disappointed.
6a architects and Carmody Groarke are among five teams competing for a new £16.5 million Central Hall at the National Railway Museum in York
RIBA Stirling Prize 2019: The Weston by Feilden FowlesVideoSubscription
This visitor centre for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park captures something of humankind’s relationship to the landscape, ritual, boundary and transition, writes Owen Hopkins. Film and photography Jim Stephenson
With two retrofits and two low-carbon residential schemes, the sustainability agenda is particularly evident in the six schemes contending for UK architecture’s biggest prize, says Rob Wilson
Edmund Fowles, Ken Okonkwo, Meredith Bowles and Pippa Nissen join AJ Student Prize jury 2019Subscription
The AJ has revealed the jury for the AJ Student Prize, for which the shortlist will be announced later this week
RIBA Stirling Prize 2019 shortlist announcedSubscription
An eclectic group of contenders makes up the six-strong shortlist for this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
Feilden Fowles’ £8.2 million dining hall for Homerton College, Cambridge, has won planning permission
Feilden Fowles’ visitor centre and gallery for Yorkshire Sculpture Park has taken two of the special category awards, including the region’s Building of the Year award
11.04.19: Cultural buildingsSubscription
Four building studies are packed into our cultural special issue: 6a architects’ MK Gallery; Carmody Groarke’s Windermere Jetty Museum; Foster + Partners’ Norton Museum of Art in Florida; and Feilden Fowles’ Yorkshire Sculpture Park visitor centre. PLUS Sergison Bates’ Pompidou Brussels goes in for planning; is the Tulip the most controversial planning approval this century?; and the ...
Feilden Fowles undertook painstaking research into concrete mixes to achieve the right ‘land art’ feel at its unobtrusive new visitor centre for Yorkshire Sculpture Park, writes Lucy Bullivant. Photography Peter Cook